The Takes About Suspended Celtics Coach Ime Udoka Getting Hired By The Nets Are Insanely Spicy

Reactions To The Brooklyn Nets Hiring Ime Udoka Are Insanely Spicy

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After parting ways with head coach Steve Nash earlier this morning, reports indicate that the Brooklyn Nets plan to hire Ime Udoka — who is currently suspended indefinitely by the Boston Celtics after leading the team to the NBA Finals last year — as their new head coach.

Given the fact that details around Udoka’s suspension are still murky, the reaction to the fact that the Nets are deciding to add him and all his baggage to their already explosive (and not in a good way) and defective culture has obviously been quite spicy.

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NBA world reacts to the highly-dysfunctional Brooklyn Nets reportedly hiring suspended Boston Celtics head coach Ime Udoka as their next leader

Many people have pointed out how strange it is that the Nets were seemingly able to complete their investigation into Udoka faster than the Celtics were:

Others are amazed by how quickly the team has made contact with Udoka:

Obviously, fans have their doubts that adding the 45-year-old coach to their current crop of Nets players is a good idea:

Not only will Udoka have to fix the Nets’ failings on the court — their defensive is terrible, as they’re currently giving up the third-most points in the league — but he’ll also have to deal with the erraticness of point guard Kyrie Irving, who is perhaps the most toxic player in the NBA (and perhaps the most toxic athlete in America) as a result of his recent promotion of anti-Semitic views.

After sharing a link to the anti-Semitic film “Hebrews to Negroes” on his Twitter account, Irving doubled down on his stance in an intense exchange with ESPN report Nick Friedell as he said “not gonna stand down” on his beliefs and that he’ll only get “stronger and stronger because he has a “whole army around him.”

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